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Top 5 Reasons To Visit The Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region

By Mel Schubert @USA_Travel_News
Located in one of the most diverse areas in Germany, the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region offers great food and wine, half-timbered houses, beautiful countryside. And, it is home to amazing sites to enjoy as well as Celtic Sites to explore and the original Frankenstein Castle.
Ready to discover the enchanting rivers and historic towns within the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region? Here are the Top 5 Reasons To Go!
Top 5 Reasons To Visit The Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region1. Pack your copy of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein to read or download it from your favorite site to read on the way to the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region, where you'll find the original Frankenstein Castle. When you visit this castle that dates back to 1252, you can easily see what inspired the author.
2. If you're visiting in February, the it’s time for Carnival! And, Germany has a great carnival tradition, and Mainz is one of the major carnival capitals of the country. The main parade on Shrove Monday, which is a huge party for all ages, with decorated parade floats, people wearing costumes waving and collecting sweets, and loud music.
3. Travel 2,500 years back in time on a visit to Glauberg, which is situated on the edge of the Wetterau plain, and explore the world of the Celts. Here, you'll find a unique Celtic settlement. There are numerous archaeological attractions, including three Celtic burial mounds dating back to the 5th century BC, a statue of a Celtic prince and the fortifications, have made this place one of the most exciting discoveries in European history. A research center and a large archaeological park complement the museum, making it a perfect place for hiking or cycling.
4. Experience engaging art exhibit's like the paintings of René Magritte, one of the major artists of the 20th century. “The treachery of images” is the SCHIRN’s first major exhibition this year and a cultural highlight in Frankfurt.
5. Hop aboard the Apple Wine Express, a little tram that shows you the city’s sights while you sample the apple wine. The Apple Wine Express is celebrating its 40th birthday, and hope's you'll join them on your visit to the region!
Plan Your Visit To The Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region
Looking for a place to stay on your trip? Then, consider the Fine Living Hotel in the town of Oestrich-Winkel, which just opened and features 42 atmospheric rooms. Relax on the terrace, sipping the finest, local Riesling and enjoy the breathtaking view of the river Rhine in all its glory. The hotel is good starting point for exploring the famous Rheingau area. A new visitor center opened in Rüdesheim last year, making a cable-car trip up to the Niederwald Monument even more worthwhile!
To discover more, and plan your trip to the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region visit their website.
To explore current news and trip ideas for visit Germany go to the Germany Tourism website.

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